TNCS

AcronymDefinition
TNCSTransmission Network Control System (Scientific-Atlanta)
TNCSThird National Cancer Survey
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Increasing R&D investment efforts of TNCs were accompanied by crucial changes in their innovativeness.
During these four decades, the many phases that took place in the relationship between the TNCs and the UN are amply chronicled.
BioE states PrepaCyte-CB consistently removes approximately 99% of red blood cells (RBCs) from the final processed blood unit and leaves desired TNCs and stem cells unmodified and unaffected during cord blood processing.
Consumers can exercise their power to make companies change by buying the products of ethical companies (including TNCs) and frustrating the unethical ones based on published ethical scores.
The developing world is no longer simply a sweatshop for TNCs based in the developed countries.
At the same times, however, the Report shows that the role of TNCs in the world economy, as measured by employment, export and controlled assets, have increased considerably over the last decade or so.
These TNCs are welcomed by countries staggering under enormous foreign debts and deep, widespread poverty.
'We are aware that business between small and large enterprises particularly TNCs can contribute both to the competitiveness of the enterprises involved and the growth and development of the countary.
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) issued an order in June last year which superseded a 2015 department order wherein TNVS fare rates were set by TNCs with the LTFRB only being given oversight function.
In addition, according to the key indicators of the National Investment Strategy for 2018-2019, Kazakh Invest has set the task of attracting at least eight TNCs annually and creating two joint ventures with anchor investors.
'With all due respect, these TNCs are [profit-focused].